The holidays are fun, even for pets, but the season brings added danger for animal companions. Learn to recognize and manage holiday hazards to keep your pet safe during the festivities. If you ha ...View Article
Welcome to Sheridan Animal Hospital & Veterinary Specialists of WNY
To become a board certified surgeon, veterinarians must complete a minimum of an additional 4 years of intense, specialized training beyond veterinary school. These years are spent training specifically in advanced surgical procedures, cutting edge treatments, and patient care under the training of leading experts in the field. To complete their residency, surgeons must complete specific training requirements covering a wide spectrum of surgical cases in a heavy case-load environment. Her residency also included additional training in internal medicine, critical care, radiology, anesthesiology, pathology, and published research on surgical diseases. This is why a surgery residency position at Cornell University is arguably the most competitive in the world to obtain. Her research at Cornell focused on determining the optimal treatment for dogs with cruciate ligament (ACL) tears in their knees.
After completing residency training, surgical candidates spend months of intense study preparing for a grueling, multi-day exam. After passing this exam, Dr. Nelson became one of about only 1700 board certified veterinary surgeons worldwide.
Dr. Nelson joins Dr. Rene van Ee in being the only full-time, board-certified surgeons based in Western NY. They are both happy to have the opportunity to provide specialized surgical care locally for your pet. Additionally, Sheridan Animal Hospital is proud to have the only veterinary technician specialist in anesthesia, as well an overnight licensed veterinary technicians monitoring and caring for your pet throughout the night following surgery.
For additional information about board-certified veterinary surgeons and why you should choose a board-certified surgeon for your pet’s specialized care, visit HERE
For additional information about common surgical problems treated by board-certified surgeons, visit HERE
Our staff is passionate about veterinary medicine and are extremely well trained. At Sheridan Animal Hospital, you will walk into a calm, welcoming, and friendly environment every visit, so that the experience is as comfortable as possible for you and your pet.
Sheridan Animal Hospital offers the Buffalo and surrounding communities medical, surgical, and dental services. We also have an in-house pharmacy and access to our board certified specialists, making our veterinary facility a one stop shop for your pet's health and medical needs. If you are new to our website, please browse around to learn about our facility and to read interesting pet articles and watch groundbreaking pet videos. Click on the "email us" link below to ask us a question or to submit feedback. For directions to our office see our contact us page. To receive free monthly veterinary care articles, please subscribe to our newsletter.
Remember, at Sheridan Animal Hospital, your pets are our family!
Sheridan Animal Hospital | (716) 833-2255
2288 Sheridan Drive
Buffalo, NY 14223
Cat declawing is possibly one of the most controversial of all animal surgeries. Cats scratch to mark territory and to keep their claws in top condition, but the scratching behavior can challenge ...View Article
Most people have heard of diabetes and associate it with needing to administer insulin. But actually there are two different kinds of diabetes: diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Call us to ...View Article
Adopting a pet brings great joy and excitement to individuals and families, but it also introduces new responsibilities and concerns. Your new family member deserves the same health and safety con ...View Article
Dog parks: they are great for socialization, exercise, and mental stimulation for many dogs. Whether you and your dog have a good dog park experience or a bad one depends largely on your understan ...View Article
Anticoagulant rodenticides can come in many forms from liquid, to pellets, to blocks. They are made to be palatable, thus the increase in risk to pets. Unfortunately, signs of sickness begin days ...View Article
Pet Emergency Fund
Newsletter Sign Up
Launch Pet Selector